Toi Epaper | The Times of India (English: The Times of India, abbreviated as Toi Epaper ) is an English-language daily newspaper published in India. It is managed and owned by Bennett Coleman & Company Limited. The newspaper has the highest circulation among all English language-wide papers in the world.  In 2005, the newspaper reported that (with over 24 million circulation) it was sold by the Audit Bureau of Circulation as the world's best-selling It has been certified as an English language general newspaper.  In spite of this, it is compared to the linguistic newspapers of India (especially Hindi newspapers). Ing is very low.
Toi Epaper :The Times of India is published by the media group Bennett, Coleman & Company Limited, known as the Times Group, the group Economic Times, Mumbai Mirror, Navbharat Times (a Hindi language daily), The Maharashtra Times (A Marathi language daily).
History Toi Epaper
Toi Epaper: The Times of India was established as the Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce  on 3 November 1838 during the British Raj. It was given its current name in 1861. It is published every Saturday and Wednesday. The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce started as bi-weekly editions. It contained news from Europe, America and the subcontinent and was sent between India and Europe by regular steam vessels. The daily edition of the newspaper started from 1850 and by 1861 the Bombay Times was renamed The Times of India. In the 19th century, this newspaper employed more than 800 people and its spread was very high in India and Europe.
It was originally owned and controlled by the British. Its last British editor was Ivor S. Jehu, who resigned from his post of editor in 1950. After the independence of India, ownership of this newspaper was given to the famous industrial family of Dalmia. Later it was taken under control by Shahu Shanti Prasad Jain of Sahu Jain Group of Bijnor of Uttar Pradesh.
The Times has been declared as a liberal newspaper and is sometimes described as irrelevant.
The current management of the Times Group has been instrumental in changing the outlook of Indian journalism. As happens everywhere in the world, the editor of a newspaper is traditionally considered the most notable position. Like any other brand in the market, the Times of India, however, changed this in the early 1990s, keeping in mind the newspaper's management policy.
The main newspaper and its many sub-editions are now run individually, called 'Faceless Editors'.
The newspaper has, to a large extent, diluted managerial rights, sharing these rights with marketing staff and managers working in sales advertising at the topmost slot in the hierarchical order.
The main company has recently taken up a controversial new m-trade initiative called "private treaties". Which offers an "equity stake" in a company in exchange for advertising. Although the management has weakened the editorial side, the business side, transmission and technology of the cine paper has been strengthened. Due to which it has become the highest profitable newspaper in the country.
In January 2007, the Kannada version was launched in Bangalore and the Chennai version was launched in April 2008. The launch of the Chennai edition is considered to be the clash of the last major English newspaper to be held in India.
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The Times of India is published from the following places (in alphabetical order)
Notable people currently associated with Times of India
- Indu Jain, current president
- Sameer Jain, Vice President and Publisher
- Vineet Jain, Managing Director
- Jag Suraiya (associate editor, columnist, "Jugular Wayne," cartoonist, "Dubayaman II")
- Swaminathan Iyer (Columnist, "Swaminomics")
- RK Laxman ("You Sed It" editorial cartoon, telling the famous common man).
- Baby Karkaria, columnist, "Erratica"
- Shobha De, columnist
- Jaideep Bose, Executive Editor
- MJ Akbar, columnist, "The Seas Within" and former editorial team
- Gurcharan Das, columnist
- K. Subrahmanyam, columnist and commentator on strategic affairs
- Gautam Adhikari, former executive editor, editorial consultant
Complement Toi Epaper
Toi Epaper :The Times of India comes with several city specific supplements, such as Delhi Times, Bombay Times, Hyderabad Times, Lucknow Times, Nagpur Times, Bangalore Times, Pune Times, Ahmedabad Times and Chennai Times, Kolkata Times
Other regular supplements include:
- Times wellness
- Education Times
- Times Ascent
- Jig wheels
- Mumbai Mirror (Website)
- Bangalore Mirror (Website)
- Pune Mirror (website)
- Ahmedabad Mirror
- Times life
- What's hot
- Times of South Mumbai (in South Mumbai)
- Kolkata Times